Welcome to the ACLCO

Association of Community Legal Clinics of Ontario Linking poverty law clinics and their communities throughout Ontario in a common voice. Association des cliniques juridques communautaires de l'Ontario Réunir les cliniques juridiques en matiére de droit des pauvres et leurs commautés en Ontario par le biais d’une voix commune.


Guest Blog Post I have been reflecting on what our work means to our client communities in the context of the current pandemic. Three key aspects come to mind as critically needed at this time: we need to recognize our place; use the diverse ways we work; and focus on the vulnerability of our client communities.(Marion Overholt, Legal Assistance of Windsor)

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For Members

About the ACLCO

About the ACLCO

About Community Legal Clinics

About Community Legal Clinics

Getting Legal Help

Getting Legal Help

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The Work of Legal Clinics in Trying Times

I have been reflecting on what our work means to our client communities in the context of the current pandemic. Three key aspects come to mind as critically needed at this time: recognizing our place; diversity in our work; and vulnerability of our client communities.

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The Smarter and stronger Justice Act bill

The provincial government introduced for first reading, an omnibus justice bill (The Smarter and Stronger Justice Act bill) containing provisions that will amend the current Legal Aid Services Act, 1998.

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“No Advocate” Video Project

"NO ADVOCATE" was made in an effort to shine light on the great work done by Toronto-based legal clinics and the trickle down impact these cuts will have on BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Peoples of Colour) communities.

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Our Member Clinics on Twitter

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